A half century of headlines separate Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and the Duchess of Cambridge, but their closets still look mighty similar. Kate Middleton is putting her own spin on the former First Lady's iconic wardrobe, with the same effortless grace to boot.
Kate borrowed Jackie O's signature accessory at an Easter service this weekend.
Jackie wore this suit to her husband's inauguration while the Duchess wowed during her solo trip to the Netherlands.
The former First Lady chose this ensemble for a 1962 TV special, while the Duchess wore her coat to the Queen's 90th birthday celebration last year.
Jackie stole the show during her official Paris visit in 1961, while Kate looked just as prim and proper at a 2013 garden party.
These two women know that simplicity can steal the spotlight, as evidenced by their penchant for neutral ensembles.
The former First Lady would have probably loved the Duchess's pearl buttons too.
Jackie wore a blue sheath on her trip to India, while Kate copied her sleeveless silhouette for a 2013 charity reception.
With no shortage of tailored outfits, Kate wore another cardinal jacket to a 2017 event, similar to Jackie's wool suit for a 1961 Canadian visit.
The Duchess visited the Taj Mahal almost 50 years after the former First Lady, but she also opted for a blue-patterned dress.
Jackie helped kicked off the leopard craze in 1962, with Kate adopting a more modern version of the spots last year.